Gogglebox star Izzi Warner has shared a new picture on social media that shows her recent weight loss after giving birth to daughter Bessie Rose six months ago.
The TV personality's followers were quick to notice Izzi's new look after she shared a post on Instagram documenting her and partner Grant's date night over the weekend.
"If anyone knows any crash courses in photography I can send [partner] Grant on please let me know #wheresmyfeet #bestofabadbunch #datenight," she joked in the caption..
And Izzi's followers were full of compliments in the comments section too, with one person writing: "Looking like a yummy mummy."
"Oh my gosh you look amazing!! Please tell me how you've lost so much weight!!" shared another follower, while a third wrote: "You're looking so so amazing."
Izzi appears on Googlebox alongside her sister Ellie, but the popular duo were forced to split up on screen during the Channel 4 show's latest series as the sisters followed the government's coronavirus guidelines.
Ellie was instead joined by her partner Nat for a few episodes, before Izzi and Ellie were reunited later in the series.
Back in June, Izzi shared an adorable photo of Bessie Rose during lockdown, while pointing out in the caption that it was a big effort to try and get her baby girl to smile for the snap.
"Nearly pulled a muscle trying to get her to smile on selfie camera, not today Mama," she wrote.
Earlier this year, Izzi also shared another Instagram update in which she revealed that she didn't experience the "most straightforward pregnancy", but she credited NHS staff for helping to make her feel comfortable throughout.
"No matter how busy the doctors and midwives were they always had time to answer all my questions," she explained.
"I felt so supported throughout and the medical care I received was exceptional. I'm so grateful to everyone who I saw and wish I could personally thank them all for making my experience such a positive one."
The new series of Gogglebox premieres on Channel 4 on Friday, September 11.
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